Brussels / 31 January & 1 February 2015


FreeRTOS introduction

Not all free operating systems are feature-full POSIX systems. FreeRTOS is a minimal operating system which is designed to run on microcontrollers, and provide real-time scheduling. It is used in industrial automation and automotive.

A brief introduction to FreeRTOS, depending on audience preference, will be followed by either a hands-on workshop using PCs, or a demonstration on a board. The workshop includes how to get started, what can be done with it, and what type of features and pitfalls to expect from FreeRTOS.


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